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The Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace: A Brilliant Young Man Who Left Newark for the Ivy League

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  • What can I do to change my thoughts?
    First of all be aware of them by checking every night how did I spend my day.
    I need to realize my responsibilities with my own self.
    I need to take a decision whether to live with all of that negativity or rather to respond creatively with positive thoughts.
    With determination we can achieve our goal which is to have a life with peace, happiness and prosperity.

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  • Thinking in absolutes and holding to opinions without considering the viewpoints of others is a sure way to live a life peace. This type of extremist thinking usually leads to reactive, hasty, and driven behavior that lacks the benefit of reflection. This approach can easily lead you into conflict when other people fail to agree with your convictions. Remain open-minded and ready to review your understanding. It’s more rewarding because you’ll grow as a person and live in greater harmony with those around you.

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    Foundations


    "Peace I leave with you, my peace I give to you; not as the world gives, but as I give." — Jesus Christ


    "Whoever would love life and see good days must keep his tongue from evil and his lips from deceitful speech.  He must turn from evil and do good; he must seek peace and pursue it." — St. Peter, Apostle of Jesus Christ 






    Vision and Purpose

    LIFE and PEACE is  a ministry concerned with the spiritual and moral crisis of our time. Its purpose is to be a voice for peace and non-violence, to challenge assumptions about who we are as human beings and to take a fresh look at the meaning of the Gospel of Jesus Christ in today's world.  

    Jesus Christ rejected rivalry, retaliation and revenge. Based on his work and teaching, LIFE and PEACE conducts research, offers reflections, lectures, and seminars. For an understanding of the human being, the ministry relies on the anthropology of René Girard.

    If love and non-violence are to be the answers to the crucial moral and political questions of our time, we need to discover those things that make for peace. Given the  gravity of the hour,  spreading the love-ethos of peace by inspiring others to forego resentment, and to engage in non-violent communication, and resistance to the forces that propagate violence, is urgent. I have dedicated this webiste to this vision — in hope.  


                                                                                                   Peter Stork

  • Vision and Purpose

    LIFE and PEACE is  a ministry concerned with the spiritual and moral crisis of our time. Its purpose is to be a voice for peace and non-violence, to challenge assumptions about who we are as human beings and to take a fresh look at the meaning of the Gospel of Jesus Christ in today's world.  

    Jesus Christ rejected rivalry, retaliation and revenge. Based on his work and teaching, LIFE and PEACE conducts research, offers reflections, lectures, and seminars. For an understanding of the human being, the ministry relies on the anthropology of René Girard.

    If love and non-violence are to be the answers to the crucial moral and political questions of our time, we need to discover those things that make for peace. Given the  gravity of the hour,  spreading the love-ethos of peace by inspiring others to forego resentment, and to engage in non-violent communication, and resistance to the forces that propagate violence, is urgent. I have dedicated this webiste to this vision — in hope.  


                                                                                                   Peter Stork

    A man with seemingly every opportunity loses his way in this compelling biographical saga. Novelist Hobbs (The Tourists) chronicles the life of Peace, who was born in a Newark, N.J., ghetto to an impoverished single mom and a father who went to prison for murder. Thanks to his mother's sacrifices and his extraordinary intellect he went to Yale and got a biology degree but when he returned to Newark after college, he became a drug dealer and was eventually shot to death by rivals. Writing with novelistic detail and deep insight, Hobbs, who was Peace's roommate at Yale, registers the disadvantages his friend faced while avoiding hackneyed fatalism and sociology. Hobbs reveals a man whose singular experience and charisma made him simultaneously an outsider and a leader in both New Haven and Newark, Peace was a pillar of his family and community, superbly capable in both settings, but he could not reconcile their conflicting demands. (The author's indelible portrait of Peace's inner-city neighborhood shows how it could draw him back from the world his talent and education had opened.) This is a classic tragedy of a man who, with the best intentions, chooses an ineluctable path to disaster. Photos. (Sept.)

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